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- Associate Professor Michael Arthur-Kelly
- Dr Breda Carty
- Dr Robyn Cantle-Moore
- Dr Kerry Dally
- Associate Professor Ian Dempsey
- Ms Jill Duncan
- Associate Professor Norm Erber
- Emeritus Professor Phil Foreman
- Ms Frances Gentle
- Conjoint Professor Greg Leigh
- Dr Gordon Lyons
- Dr Philip Newall
- Ms Sue Silveira
- Dr Michael Steer
Dr Breda Carty
Current Research Projects
Deaf people in colonial Australia: Access to justice, education and employment (Dr Breda Carty and Darlene Thornton).
Assessment of patterns of teacher-student interactions in sign language-inclusive classrooms (Prof. Jemina Napier, Prof. Greg Leigh, Della Goswell, Dr Breda Carty). Research supported by Macquarie University/RIDBC Enterprise partnership Grant.
Carty, B., & Thornton, D. (2012). Deaf people in colonial Australia. In T. Hedberg, (Ed.), No history, no future: Proceedings of the 7th DHI International Conference, Stockholm 2009. Solna: Dixa
Carty, B. (2011). The view from the periphery. In D. F. Moores (Ed.), Partners in education: Issues and trends from the 21st International Congress on the Education of the Deaf (pp. 159-171). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Journal Articles (refereed publications)
Adam, R., Carty, B. & Stone, C. (2011). Ghostwriters: Deaf translators within the Deaf community. Babel, 57(3), 1-19.
Other Articles (non-refereed publications)
B. (2011). Strong and proud: Deaf community has no need for self-appointed
champions. The Conversation, 17
Leigh, G. & Carty, B. (2012, November 29). Overview of early intervention and education for deaf children: Some perspectives. Paper presented at Deaf Australia Summit on Early Intervention and Education for Deaf Children, Canberra, ACT.
Carty, B. (2011, May 14th). Deaf Clubs: A Short History. Presentation at the Deaf Australia National Conference, Hobart.
Carty, B. (2011, May 15th). Deaf and hearing people in the workplace: Managing Cultural Conflict (with Todd Wright and Jemina Napier. Presentation at the Deaf Australia National Conference, Hobart
Invited/Keynote Conference Presentations
Carty, B., Leigh, G., Goswell, D., & Napier, J. (2013, July 7th). Deaf students' access to interpreted communication in mainstream classrooms: Sailing in Uncharted Seas? Paper presented at 27th Australian and New Zealand Congress on Education of the Deaf, Brisbane, Australia.
Carty, B., Goswell, D., Leigh, G., & Napier, J. (2013, October 18th). Deaf students' access to interpreted communication in mainstream classrooms: Is "equality" possible? Paper presented at 2nd World Federation of the Deaf Conference, Sydney, Australia.
Editorial/Scientific Review Responsibilities
- Member, Editorial Board, Deaf Worlds: International Journal of Deaf Studies (USA)
Dr Robyn Cantle-Moore
Auditory-oral progress of infants in a Deaf family environment: Five parallel case studies, (a) infant-CI, (b) infant-HA, (c) three infant-CODA (Dr Robyn Cantle Moore). Research supported by the WA Foundation for Deaf Children and Deafness Foundation Victoria.
Language Environment Analysis (LENA): Insights to the 'auditory diet' of young children with hearing impairment (Dr Robyn Cantle-Moore).
Auditory-Oral progress of infants in a Deaf family environment: Three parallel case-studies (Dr Robyn Cantle-Moore).
Development of the Infant Monitor-Production (IMP) as an evaluation protocol for infants with impaired hearing (Dr Robyn Cantle-Moore).
Other Articles (non-refereed publications)
Cantle Moore, R., & Steer, M. (2012). Generating positive interactions in regular school settings for Australian students who are deafblind or have multiple disabilities. Deafblind International Review, 49, 14-21.
Cantle-Moore, R. & Steer, M. (2011). Alice Betteridge: Australia's Helen Keller. DeafBlind International Review, 46, 59-60.
Cantle Moore, R. (2012, May 31). The ABC of IMP: Implementing the Infant Monitor of vocal Production. Invited presentation at 1st Family Centred Early Intervention Congress, Bad Ischl, Austria.
Cantle Moore, R. (2012, May 9). IMPact on habilitation. Invited presentation at Cochlear Technology and Research Lab, Cochlear Global Rehabilitation, Sydney.
Carr, G., Stredler-Brown, A., Cantle Moore, R. (2012, May 30). Supporting families in decision making and making informed choices. Paper presented at 1st Family Centred Early Intervention Congress, Bad Ischl, Austria.
Cantle Moore, R. & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (2011, April 18th). LENA as a clinical research tool: A Deaf child of Deaf parents comes to speech. Paper presented at 2nd LENA Users Conference, Denver, CO, USA.
Cantle Moore, R. (2011, March 4th). Comparing IMP and CAEP results as predictors of early spoken language development in infants with impaired hearing. Paper presented at 12th Asia-Oceania Otolaryngology Head and Neck Congress, Auckland, New Zealand.
Cantle Moore, R. (2013, April 18th). Auditory-oral progress of infant-CI, infant-HA and infant-CODA in Deaf family environments. Paper presented at Australian Hearing Hub Inaugural Conference, Sydney, Australia.
Cantle Moore, R. (2013, September, 6th). Language ENvironment Analysis of a child's "auditory diet". Paper presented at 20th Annual Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf Conference, Sydney, Australia.
Other Presentations and Workshops
Cantle Moore, R. (2013, August 20th). sIMPle beginnings. Full-day staff training (Infant Monitor of vocal Production: Rationale and constructs, design and structure, presentation and evaluation, interpretation and diagnostic applications) presented at The Hearing House, Auckland, New Zealand.
Cantle Moore, R. (2013, August 20th). sIMPle and effective: The Infant Monitor of vocal Production. Paper presented at "A Lifetime of Speech" 1-day CPE for audiologists, RIDBC Renwick Centre, Sydney.
Cantle Moore, R. (2011, April 21st). Simple and effective: Infant Monitor of vocal Production. Half-day professional education seminar, Colorado Home Intervention Program (CHIP), Marion Downs Centre/University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA.
Cantle Moore, R. (2013, March 22nd). Parent IMPressions: What do parents expect early intervention to achieve? Paper presented at the Australian Association of Teachers of the Deaf (AATD) 2013 Seminar, Sydney.
Cantle Moore, R. (2011, March 5th). Implementing the IMP: Infant Monitor of vocal Production. Invited paper presented at Diagnosis & Habilitation after Newborn Hearing Screening, Workshop for Paediatric Audiologists, New Zealand Ministry of Health, Auckland, New Zealand.
Cantle Moore, R. (2011, February 18th). Implications for early intervention. Paper presented at University of Newcastle Centre for Special Education and Disability Studies Mini Conference, Sydney.
Cantle Moore, R. (2011, February 18th). An Introduction to LENA as a research tool. . Paper presented at University of Newcastle Centre for Special Education and Disability Studies Mini Conference, Sydney.